Table 3

Unadjusted and adjusted participation ratios (PR) with 95% confidence intervals (CI) for sex and the respective baseline indicator relevant for each of the different themes, as analysed by Cox regression

Theme (number who participated)

Category

Unadjusted PR

(95% CI)

Adjusted PR

(95% CI)


Nutrition (124)

Sex

Men

1

1

Women

2.02 (0.99-4.13)

1.90 (0.82-4.37)1

BMI

Normal weight

1

1

Overweight/obese

1.13 (0.79-1.62)

1.07 (0.71-1.59)2

Sleep (99)

Sex

Men

1

1

Women

2.62 (1.06-6.43)

3.24 (1.01-10.33)1

Sleep disturbances

No

1

1

Yes

1.08 (0.69-1.70)

0.97 (0.62-1.52)3

Physical activity (319)

Sex

Men

1

1

Women

2.08 (1.32-3.27)

2.09 (1.25-3.48)1

Physical activity level

Physically active

1

1

Sedentary

0.51 (0.33-0.77)

0.51 (0.34-0.77)4

Happiness/enjoyment (107)

Sex

Men

NA

Women

Depressive mood (HAD-D)

Low (< 7)

1

High (≥ 7)

0.66 (0.36-1.21)


Only persons replying at the four year follow-up to the question whether they participated in the Lifestyle in the West project are included in the analyses (n = 1859)

1 Adjusted for educational level and age.

2 Adjusted for educational level, age, and sex.

3 Adjusted for age and sex.

4 Adjusted for age.

NA = Not statistically analysed as only one man out of 107 participated.

BMI = Body mass index.

HAD-D = Subscale depression of the Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale.

Jonsdottir et al. BMC Public Health 2011 11:448   doi:10.1186/1471-2458-11-448

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